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I need to purchase parts for Electrolux E5760ESS Propane Grill

I need to replace the burners on my Electrolux E5760ESS Propane Grill. The grill is no longer made and I have no idea where I can purchase parts. Can someone tell me if I can get parts for this grill or if another grills parts are interchangable?

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Thanks for reading and I hope this helps.

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